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|Single by Ace of Base|
|from the album Da Capo|
|Released||9 December 2002|
|Ace of Base singles chronology|
It was released as the second single from their album Da Capo in Germany released in December 2002. It was originally written in 1995, as the proposed theme song to the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, but Arista Records pulled the band out of the project. The song was then re-written as The Juvenile and still released as a single.
The chorus of the song is very similar to the original version, just with a different line "the juvenile" instead of "the goldeneye".
|German Singles Chart||78|
- CD single (2002) 065 858-2
- "The Juvenile" - 3:44
- "What's the Name of the Game" - 3:02
- "Don't Stop" - 3:48
- "Hey Darling" [German Album Version] - 3:16